About the project

The project is proposed on 41 hectares of CP-owned land on the south side of CP’s existing Vancouver Intermodal Facility, east of Kennedy Road, and is directly accessible to a major highway.

The project is subject to regulatory approval.

Project components

The proposed project has three major rail and transload components.

  • Agricultural hub where Canadian agricultural products will be received by rail and transloaded to shipping containers for distribution in custom allotments around the world.
  • Auto lot to receive by rail North American-made automobiles destined for local distributors and specifically designed to accommodate electric vehicles.
  • Liquids transload and rail facility for transportation fuels and ethanol mainly to serve demand in Metro Vancouver.

For more information about the project components, take a look at the discussion guide.

Expanding at this location

Proximity to other infrastructure such as highways was a key consideration in the location selection process. The proposed facility benefits from close proximity to the following:

  • CP’s existing Vancouver Intermodal Facility in Pitt Meadows;
  • CP’s existing major railyard in Port Coquitlam;
  • CP’s mainline;
  • Provincially designated truck routes, including Highways 1 and 7;
  • Golden Ears Bridge; and
  • The Port of Vancouver.

Connection to other road and rail improvements

Along with the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority and the Government of Canada, CP is currently investing in the Pitt Meadows Road and Rail Improvements Project through the National Trade Corridors Fund. While the Pitt Meadows Road and Rail Improvements Project is not connected nor dependent on the Vancouver Logistics Park project, the goal is to create the infrastructure necessary for accommodating the growing volume of goods movement through Pitt Meadows by creating more reliable travel times. More information about the Pitt Meadows Road and Rail Improvements Project can be found on the project website.
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